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Friday, April 06, 2007

Dems behaving badly



The only way she could have disgraced America any more than she did.

The Republican Party has been rightly described as the Daddy Party*. We look to them to shelter us from the evil-doing of terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda and the Democratic Party, and I thank Our Heavenly Father every day that feminists and homosexuals haven't thoroughly emasculated America just yet -- but they're certainly trying. In their role as Our Nation's protecterers, these father figures have learned that it sometimes becomes necessary to put an insolent wench across their knees and give the bitch a good paddling:
Vice President Dick Cheney accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday of "bad behavior" on her Middle East trip, saying she bungled a message for Syria's president that was later clarified by Israel.

Cheney harshly criticized Pelosi's visit to Syria this week and declared in an interview, "The president is the one who conducts foreign policy, not the speaker of the House."
It's particularly galling when you consider how Our President's foreign policy has brought such unprecedent peace and stability to the Middle East, as well as exponentially increasing American prestige around the world. If Ayatollah Pelosi is allowed to to run amok in the world of foreign affairs, she'll be sending the world that America will resort to the defeatist tactics of diplomacy to solve international problems, a sure sign of weakness if I've ever seen one.

Perhaps the most curious thing about this whole affair is how Pelosi treated her sortie against Freedom like a child's game of "telephone":
While in Damascus Wednesday, Pelosi announced she had told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that Israel was prepared to negotiate with Syria. That prompted Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office to underline the Jewish state's preconditions for such talks -- including that Syria abandon its "support for terrorist groups."

Cheney, pointing to the Israeli reaction, said it was obvious Olmert had not authorized the message Pelosi delivered. ...

Pelosi's spokesman, Brendan Daly, asked to respond to Cheney's criticism, said the speaker accurately relayed the message from Olmert to Assad.
It's a good thing Olmert stepped up to discredit this harpy, or he may have found himself stricken with the uncontrollable urge to spend more time with his family. Praise Him!

*Particularly when your dad is an impotent drunk.

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